Ive seen cases where they have not provided service to nonblacks.
If you wish credibility for this statement, you're going to have to show proof of this including full context..
However, this is a thing here which I find interesting. Are women sexist for banding together in organizations that fight for their rights?
The idea is that there are groups that have had their rights trampled on and so feel a need to band together to protect those rights or just get them. In the list of rights being trampled on whites are way way way down on the list.
As far as race goes, whites are the one's in the position of power. What is it to be in power? Well, what percentage of people own the most money, the most seats in congress, the most seats politically?
I think many whites get riled because they lack context. Their framework includes starting from 99.99% and going down to 80%. To them that is a lamentable loss of power and means their rights are being taken away. Kinda reminds me of our military..
The US spends more military money than the next top 13 nations. So, if we cut that down to, say the next 7 top nations, all of a sudden our military is floundering, has been gutted etc..
Context is king.
There is no doubt that some white people get discriminated against. I don't know what the answer is for them. Their discrimination is not historical, its not cohesive, its not chronic like it is for other groups.
But whites, statistically, certainly have more options than blacks and other minorities, precisely because they are a majority, have the money/power. And statistically, not sure that the problems they are experiencing are due to systemic racism. Many of their problems are the same as minorities. The gov't pretty much treats poor people as a whole, white or black, badly. But It doesn't help that there is a perception that most of the groups associated with helping whites out, it seems, are known racist groups. Is that true? Anyone got numbers on this?